Honeycomb is the natural structure made of beeswax that honey bees create to store honey, pollen, and brood. It is harvested by beekeepers along with honey. Honeycomb can be consumed as part of the honey or used as a decorative element in various dishes Bee venom is a mixture of peptides and enzymes that bees inject through their stingers as a defense mechanism.
Propolis, sometimes called “bee glue,” is a resinous substance collected by bees from tree buds, sap flows, and other plant sources. Bees use propolis to seal gaps and cracks in the hive.
Royal jelly is a substance produced by worker bees and fed exclusively to queen bee larvae. It is rich in proteins, vitamins, and other nutrients, and it plays a crucial role in the development and nutrition of queen bees. Some people also consume royal jelly.